Central to everything fun in Downtown. Awesome valet service and hospitality.
Transportation to the Airport, Breakfast m snack and coffee 24 hours.
It’s in such a convenient location. Walking distance to downtown shopping and bars. The staff are friendly and quite efficient. Also, it smells fantastic when you walk in!
Waffles and cottage cheese for breakfast. The bed was very comfortable. It is close to a decent restaurant with good pricing. Close to the highway - convenient location. The woman at the desk was very accommodating and friendly, helpful.
The hotel room and overall hote was Clean and nice for the money paid. My husband and son enjoyed the indoor pool.
spacious room and individually served excellent breakfast to choose from
Great staff and excellent value. The room was clean and very nice.
Everything food room emplyees. Area Yada Yada yada
I didn't like being blamed forb other guest smoking and have my deposit stolen from me when hotel staff never entered the room to actually investigate if the odor came from my room...really. Hurt because me and kids r. Homeless and on street now i neededd that 100. For another place
Bringing your feline friend to Salt Lake City is not a problem at all. There are several pet-friendly hotels to choose from where you can both have a good night sleep before a new day of exploring Salt Lake. Of course, you can visit the Utah Museum of Fine Arts or the Hogle Zoo, but it might be more fun to see Salt Lake together with your favorite pet and choose pet-friendly attractions for you to have a fun time together.
Most places require your dog to be leashed at all times. However, sometimes nothing beats the ability to run around and explore. Parley’s Historic Nature Park and the Freedom Trail at Memory Grove are two examples of places known as off-leash parks. These are also wonderful and picturesque sights if you want to explore beautiful scenes.
If you keep your dog leashed then there is even more to discover in Salt Lake. Utah Olympic Park is open to visitors and allows a sneak peek into the life of an Olympic back in 2002. To dive even deeper into the topic, you can visit the 2002 Winter Olympics Museum.
It can be challenging to find the right restaurant when you want to bring your four-legged friend with you. Luckily, there are restaurants that have dog-friendly patios, so you can both enjoy the evening. Campfire Lounge, for example, has a dog-friendly patio that comes with fire pits. This way you will both stay warm and comfortable even on cold nights. Another restaurant that welcomes dogs on their outside patio is the Olive Bistro. Whichever place you choose, you can rest assured that Salt Lake City will gladly welcome you and your pet companion.